Swiss Saturday, err Friday: Garbage Tourism

Evil HR Lady

Enter Swiss Garbage Tourism. The post Swiss Saturday, err Friday: Garbage Tourism appeared first on Evil HR Lady. In the United States, we had a huge garbage can and the garbage truck came around twice a week. They would take anything we put in that can, and if we had more than would fit (like when we put in new carpet and had the old carpet piled up on the curb), they would take that too.

Cuba: What You Need to Know Before You Go

Ms. Career Girl

While American’s are able to visit, Cuba has still not been opened up for tourism. Tourism is still off limits, so you’re there for business, scientific, or educational purposes. There is fear of tourism ruining the culture that has kept them alive for decades.

Homeland Security Issues New Non-Skilled Visas to Save Maine from Hiring Local

Evil HR Lady

Businesses in Maine that operate in the summer tourism industry have a problem: Not enough visas available to hire their summer staffs. The Department of Homeland Security just approved 15,000 new visas for low wage seasonal workers.Was this the real solution or should Maine and other states with high summer tourism employment needs have been forced to keep raising wages and benefits until they found US Citizens and Permanent Residents to fill the jobs?

2017 123

The Surprising Most Satisfying Job

Evil HR Lady

percent Sport and Tourism. Do you want a job that you love? That is likely to bring you satisfaction? Then you’ll want to pursue the job that is most likely to bring you great satisfaction. Unfortunately, it won’t bring you a paycheck.

2016 190

How to Activate a Global Employer Brand Strategy

The Undercover Recruiter

Imagine trying to strategically plan and execute an employer brand for the world’s largest travel and tourism company with 67,000 employees and 1,600 travel agencies around the world. For companies with diverse global footprints, attracting and retaining the right kind of talent at each location can be a tricky problem to tackle.

2017 75

Working, Traveling and Living the (Nomad) Dream

Ms. Career Girl

This would include the airline industry, tourism, cruise lines, cosmetology, tour operators and hotels. The post Working, Traveling and Living the (Nomad) Dream appeared first on Ms. Career Girl.

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Travel in New Zealand – Coromandel Peninsula

Boomers Next Step

The official New Zealand tourism website describes the area glowingly. "The About 2 hours drive from Auckland New Zealand is the Coromandel Peninsula, an area of extremely beautiful scenery. Blue seas, glorious bays, many islands dotted in bays and thriving small towns made this a highlight of our visit to New Zealand's North Island. "The Coromandel, with its pristine […]. Travel

Infinite Reasons to Discover Dubai

Ms. Career Girl

It has to be somewhere with a dynamic business center, a thriving tourism industry and somewhere with a temperate climate, so you can make the most of your time in the city. It’s a prosperous business hub as well as a tourism hotspot.

2014 130

Facebook Career Fairy: New Grad Wish

Career Realism

We received the following career wish from one of our Facebook fans: “I want a career in the travel and tourism field so I can use what I’ve learned at college.” Finding a job these days can be tough, especially if you’re a new grad.

5 Tips for Dealing with Change

Ms. Career Girl

While China has seen a huge increase in tourism, to the vast majority of the world it remains only a vague concept. The post 5 Tips for Dealing with Change appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Dealing with change can be one of the most stressful parts of our lives.

2016 169

September: One More Road Trip?

Ms. Career Girl

That brings to mind The Strip and the whole image of party-till-you-drop tourism. The post September: One More Road Trip? appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. But let’s do this one differently. We all have our favorite places to visit.

2016 151

Dedicate Your Expertise to Removing Plastics from the World's Oceans

Green Career Central

impacting the local environment, gutting the local economy (think tourism dollars), and causing costly damage to sea faring vessels. You may have heard about the plastic garbage patches that are collecting where ocean currents create circular movements, called gyres, in five specific areas around the world. The most notorious gyre is in the Pacific. .

2013 100

Top 5 Things to See in New Zealand

Ms. Career Girl

Photos courtesy of official New Zealand Tourism. The post Top 5 Things to See in New Zealand appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Nestled in the South Pacific Ocean, just southeast of Australia, is the beautiful country of New Zealand.

2016 141

5 Best Volunteering Opportunities for the Solo Woman Traveler in 2016

Ms. Career Girl

In fact, this becomes voluntourism; volunteering plus tourism! The post 5 Best Volunteering Opportunities for the Solo Woman Traveler in 2016 appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Volunteering is one of the best ways to spend your holidays, especially when the journey is a solo effort.

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5 Travel Destinations for the Workaholics

Ms. Career Girl

Perhaps it owes the rock-bottom prices of tourism – without sacrificing quality – to its status as a premier destination spot.

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Top 5 Things to See in New Zealand

Ms. Career Girl

Photos courtesy of official New Zealand Tourism. The post Top 5 Things to See in New Zealand appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Nestled in the South Pacific Ocean, just southeast of Australia, is the beautiful country of New Zealand.

2016 130

Top Careers for a People Person

Career Alley

With interaction and communication being key fundamentals in the travel, tourism and event-planning sector, it’s an industry that’s ideally suited to those that relish in the fact of having to deal with other people on a daily basis.

2015 185

Feng Shui Your Job Search Luck – How to use Feng Shui to find a Career that Harmonizes with your Personal Energies

Career Alley

Hotels, hospitality, fishing, tourism, driving, transportation, gift shops, marketing, consumer goods and services, all water-related jobs, health spa, tour guide, blogger on trends, boats, yachts, sea shipping.

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The Rise of The Asia-Pacific As The Place To Go For Business-Minded Expats

Ms. Career Girl

Other than oil and gas, Ho Chi Minh City’s main industries include sea food processing, mining, agriculture, construction, tourism, finance, and trade.

2017 151

Oh-Barcelona: Cosmobelleza and More!

Ms. Career Girl

Needless to say, Barcelona’s tourism industry and international partners were quite pleased with the event’s results.

2014 141

Choosing A Career Path: 4 Hot Hospitality Jobs

Career Realism

Tourism And Travel Manager. As a tourism manager, expect to make between $32,000 and $124,616 per year.

A Northern California Journey of Renewal

Ms. Career Girl

The north shore of Lake Tahoe, and Tahoe City, while still busy with summer tourism, is much removed from the casinos and commercialism of South Lake Tahoe. The post A Northern California Journey of Renewal appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. I’d been planning a solo trip this summer.

Can the President of the United States Create Jobs?

Careers Done Write

tourism. Every presidential candidate, as well as the current President of the United States, has a plan to create new jobs. However, can the President really create new jobs? The simple answer is, “no.” ” Based on the U.S.

Looking for Art Careers? Forget NYC- Try Buffalo

Ms. Career Girl

Their efforts have attracted a lot of new business and tourism. The post Looking for Art Careers? Forget NYC- Try Buffalo appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. For Art Careers, Go North.

2014 207

10 Steps to Ensure Safe Volunteering Abroad for Women

Ms. Career Girl

Volunteer tourism safety is something you can understand better by checking out websites that provide people's experiences and advice. The post 10 Steps to Ensure Safe Volunteering Abroad for Women appeared first on Ms. Career Girl.

2015 130

Riaz Mamdani discusses importance of supporting Alberta’s woman entrepreneurs

Ms. Career Girl

These entrepreneurial businesses span multiple industries, from tech firms to the energy sector to tourism to restaurants and professional services. The post Riaz Mamdani discusses importance of supporting Alberta’s woman entrepreneurs appeared first on Ms. Career Girl.

DOL Provides $27 Million to Help Workers Displaced by Oil Spill

Resume Bear

The funds are being granted to workforce agencies in the four states experiencing economic hardship as a result of wage decline and job loss in the shrimping, fishing, hospitality and tourism industries.

2010 208

Helping Teens and College Students Get Summer Jobs

Resume Bear

Tourist attractions: even if you don’t live in Florida or California, most states have tourist attractions that especially need help during the busy tourism season. Where Teens can Find Summer Jobs.

Best Tips to Prepare for Your Job Interview

Career Alley

About the author: Shawn Black is freelance blogger for Tourism Montreal that provides you hotels ideas, recommendations and deals in Montreal, Quebec and, Auto Gallery of Winnipeg, an used cars dealer that offers promotions in Winnipeg.

2013 139

3 Things HR Looks For In An Employee

Career Realism

His career passport was stamped with visas from around the world that, along with a massive presence on social media, helped him stand out from 330,000 applicants in Tourism Australia’s latest Best Jobs in the World campaign.

2014 83

5 Great Places To Work Abroad

Career Realism

Bahrain’s oil-based economy was booming long before any of its Gulf neighbours but recent times have seen much diversification into tourism, heavy industry and banking.

2013 83

Considering a Career as a Small Business Owner? Opportunities in the UAE

Career Alley

Economic activities in the UAE are diverse, and including global banking, tourism, entertainment, luxury services, oil services, import-export businesses, port and shipping services, retail, agriculture and many other industries. Smart Money.

2012 130

From Accounting to Food

Career Shifters

I'm currently freelancing in the food tourism industry and I'm loving it. What work were you doing previously? I trained as a chartered accountant. I spent five years as an auditor in a large corporate, then a further three years as a financial accountant in industry. What are you doing now?

2016 175

How To Overcome The ‘Unemployment Stigma’ When Relocating

Career Realism

“You might start at the local Chamber of Commerce or Tourism Office.” Leaving your job and relocating with your partner can be a challenging feat. Between the stress of moving and getting comfortable in your new home, it can be hard to find work.

2013 82

Why Learning a New Language Can Help Your Job Search

Career Realism

On Twitter recently, @aboutworldlangs reported that learning a foreign language was an asset or requirement in seven career fields: communications, business, government, travel and tourism, education, and social services. Parlez-vous français? Habla espanol?

2012 83

Need a Career Boost? Get a Job in San Francisco

Corn on the Job

Tourism is big business in San Francisco due to its famous landmarks so this is certainly a path to consider. San Francisco is a city with a lot of diversity and starting or continuing a career there can really be a wise move.

Seasonal Employment Is a Staple for Some Workers


While the abundance of students may be attractive, when dealing in speciality tourism you need a staff that’s experienced in the area, in the product, and in the flow of the seasonal business. Summer has officially ended in Canada. We’re warming up to our Pumpkin Spice lattes.

2016 85

Careers In Data Science

Career Realism

These data scientists improve the urban environment through analysis and application of a wide variety of data — from tourism statistics to street flooding patterns, and even which of the 2.5 It’s the “sexiest job of the 21st century,” according to the Harvard Business Review.

2013 68

Should Your Consider A Career In Parks And Recreation?

Career Realism

An MPA degree provides candidates with the education necessary to serve in the management levels of leisure-based services, creating policies, implementing programs and managing tourism, among other tasks.

when employees complain about favoritism

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: We’re in tourism/hospitality and gearing up for our busy season. Before we get there, I’d like to have a meeting with all the direct reports to go over policy issues, answer questions, and blow off a little steam. We have three people on staff who were all hired at the same time and trained together but have shown remarkably different ability levels and talents.